Summary
While chopping wood in the forest, three brothers are asked to share their lunch with an old man. Will they share their food and what adventures await them if they do? The Golden Goose overall moral is the importance of kindness and friendship. The youngest son shows kindness and charity to a stranger and is rewarded with the Princesses friendship in the end. Our retelling of the story also features themes of greed, acceptance and consequence. One of the earliest written versions of The Golden Goose was published in the 19th century by the Brothers Grimm, while elements of the story can be traced back all the way to Ancient Greece. 
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All Audiobooks, Fairy tales, 4-10 years, 5 to 10 mins, Family, Friendship, Greed, Magic, Mothers, Fathers
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Can you listen to The Golden Goose for free?

Yes! You can listen to The Golden Goose for free. Our story retellings closely follow the original storylines and add modern twists.

Is there a written version of The Golden Goose?

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